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How NSEL shunned corporate governance?

October 8th, 2013

The NSEL corporate governance system failed to address the issue of conflict of interest. The son-in-law of the chairperson of NSEL is the promoter of NK Proteins, a company that owes Rs 920 crore to investors.

The NSEL case presents an example of bad strategy and poor corporate governance.

It is…

Rajesh Tandon: Companies as citizens

October 8th, 2013

There is now a growing social and political acceptance of private sector contributions to India’s development. However, many recent big-ticket corruption scandals have brought into public glare the growing menace of crony capitalism. In addition, large-scale protests by tribal and other rural communities against displacement from their land, habitat…

Shriram Subramanian: Is Infosys losing its corporate governance sheen?

October 8th, 2013

Key-man risk, nepotism, lack of leadership were terms that wouldn’t be associated with Infosys in the past

If all Indian companies were subject to the level of scrutiny that Infosys undergoes by media and analysts, the Indian corporate governance landscape would be much more rosy. Media and analysts do not…

Exclusive – India to stick with austerity despite looming election

October 7th, 2013

(Reuters) – The government will have to rein in spending and cut subsidies to meet its fiscal deficit target, the country’s finance minister said on Monday, underlining that an austerity drive will not be blown off course by an election due next year.

P. Chidambaram told Reuters ahead of a…

Domestic violence: the hidden workplace issue

October 7th, 2013

Domestic violence: the hidden workplace issue

Business is yet to wake up to the issue of domestic violence and how it can support employees who are victims

“If it were not for my employer, I would not be alive today,” says Melissa Morbeck, calmly. She is living proof that educating employers…

Wealth lies at the bottom of the pyramid, say experts

October 5th, 2013

Wealth lies at the bottom of the pyramid, say experts

The phrase bottom of the pyramid was first used by American president Franklin D Roosevelt referring to the forgotten man at the base of the economic pyramid. The shibboleth has since been brought to context by economists in a telling…

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